Kids line up to do this fun project that challenges them to draw with one continuous line. This brain-boosting art prompts strategic planning. For a master of using lines, look at M.C. Escher's drawings.
Can you figure out how to draw a picture with Crayola Colored Pencils using one continuous line--without ever lifting your pencil from the paper? Think of a picture and how you will draw without picking up the Colored Pencil. Plan how to illustrate isolated objects with a connecting line. Concentrate while you draw your line!
For a more colorful picture, fill in your picture with Crayola Crayons.
Kids line up to do this fun project that challenges them to draw with one continuous line. This brain-boosting art promp
Make and toss your own flying toy! Go for distance or aim for targets you create yourself. Create several with friends f
Waiting to take charge of your life and get organized? Create a colorful weekly chore chart that you can use again and a
Can you tell a story on just one page? With just one word? Here’s a colorful way to tell a story---or write a letter ---
What captures your children's imagination when they shop with you? Capture their memories and ideas with this activity.
Is it a Rothko? A Kandinsky? A Picasso? Or is it YOURS?! Almost anything goes with abstract art, inside and outside the
Rain or shine, encourage curiosity about science and logical thinking when children draw scenes that they can change wit
Are your children itching to explore the world? Let their feet take them anywhere they want to go in their imaginations.
Our crayons have been rolling off the assembly line since 1903, and you can see how it’s done.